Now on to mounting it on the S! I would have made aluminum brackets that come off of the fork-clamp/headlight bracket bolts, Ive seen some online like this, but I didnt want to go to the trouble if I didnt need to... I had retained my factory headlight brackets with my homebrew light...they were in just about the right height/distance from the forks to put the X2 exactly where I wanted it! Unfortunately, they were about 2" medial to the X2 brackets on either side.... So I dropped the forks and flipped the brackets, right to left and left to right so that the light support was not on the outside edge of the forks instead of the inside, it was the perfect width! I had some 14mm bolts and fender washers in my tool box that I used to attach the X2 to the stock brackets. I mounted the bottom of the X2 to the fender using the supplied pegs/drilling 5/16 holes as per the X2 original instructions. Here is the end product with lots of room behind the light for module, ballast, and whatever other goodies you can imagine. Light output is as good as ever, though I must say the X2 Low beam bulb, which I am not using as my High Beam, is woefully dim compared to the 55W HID I had in my Hella module Homebrew. It looks 100% better, however, and still serves the function of lighting up the sides of the road/overhanging branches. Also, it is superior to the HID because it lights up immediately and can be flashed at other drivers much more effectively than the HID could be, it had to warm up for a moment or two. Its difficult to tell, but the 2nd of these is with both lights on at once, the camera adjusted for all the light, but there really is a big difference with the little light on as well. Above where the module clips the light: Below where the module clips the light... Its not really blue, just the way the phone camera picked it up. I think they are 6000 bulbs, might be 6500. Well, there it is, I'm extremely satisfied. Halogen off-road X2: 92$ with free shipping (didnt purchase it through Trail-Tech) Hella Projector module (made for halogen, but works perfect with HID bulb): About $60 on amazon right now HID Kit from SlimHID.com: $33 plus I have a spare bulb and ballast for when these die on me. Needed Hardware: $5-10 Time Spent: About 6 hours, but would have been a lot faster with instructions So for everything, less than $200, and the project was entertainment and very satisfying, so I dont bill myself for the time spent... Thanks for reading, now go ride!